The capital city is a source of inspiration and habitat for numerous artists. Let yourself
be seduced by the permanent collections and exhibitions of the House of Culture, Amparo Museum,
Palafoxiana Library, Bello Museum, Museum of Viceroyalty, Dolls House, Museum of the Railways
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Plazuela de los Sapos
Surrounded by old colonial houses this square is an exhibition of balconies, gates and beautiful facades that were typical during the Viceroyalty. Now you can walk through the streets and enjoy the shops that have been installed in these old houses such as antique bazaars, bars and restaurants.
The capital city is a source of inspiration and habitat for numerous artists. Let yourself be seduced by the permanent collections and exhibitions of the House of Culture, Amparo Museum, Palafoxiana Library, Bello Museum, Museum of Viceroy Art, House of the Dolls, Museum of the Railways.
This beautiful town founded by Franciscan missionaries is known for its abundant apple production and the huge floral clock that captures the view in its main square.
The charm of this place lies in the harmony of its architecture and therefore you must visit the Franciscan Convent of Zacatlán, the Alberto Olvera Hernández Watchmaking Museum and the San Rafael Cider House. Enjoy the great production of cider and fruit liqueurs and of course, the famous cheese bread that is made in the Vázquez Bakery.
This beautiful town nestled in the Sierra Madre Oriental is famous for its nostalgic foggy streets, the friendliness of its people and the skill of its artisans who have perfected the art of the waist loom for generations.
Ex Hacienda de Chautla
This charming 19th-century castle is at the center of an artificial lake that in turn is surrounded by large gardens, wooded paths, a chapel and a museum that explains how this fief works and preserves several original pieces, including the impressive cuisine of Talavera In the place you have the option of spending a relaxing day, fishing, taking a walk through the springs, staying in cabins, camping and more.
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